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You knew it was coming. How could a Narnia menu end with anything else? I can’t be the only person who immediately thinks of the White Witch when I hear the words “Turkish delight.&#82…

Rose Water Panna Cotta, Raspberry Mousse and Lemon Curd Cream, Wrapped in One Cool Verrine (in French, translator on top).

Turkish Food - The Adana Kebab and a Simple Homemade Recipe to Make This Traditional Turkish Dish

Only 3 minutes to make these tasty meringue treats by separating whites from yolk og egg, and pouring into powdered sugar. Then take the rolled treats into microwave and out comes meringue cookies. Could perhaps add crushed peppermint or peppermint oil for peppermint meringue treats!

So wish I could find a good recipe and figure out how to make these! One Turkish dish I have definitely NOT mastered!

Sponge toffee...so good and brings back memories of being a kid and buying this at the gas station on the way to school that had a small candy selection:)

japanese cakes ~ i wouldn't eat them, but i'm kinda obsessed w/ looking at them. amazing colors/textures!!

Turkish Delight | candy that originated in Turkey in the 1700's. The gummy, sugarcoated candy was invented in 1777 by famous confectioner Bekir Effendi (known as Haci Bekir after the Muslim hajj pilgrimage). Haci Bekir owned a candy shop in the Bahcekapi district of Istanbul.